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The Rustem Pasha Mosque is an Ottoman mosque located in Hasırcılar Çarşısı (Strawmat Weavers Market) in the Tahtakale neighborhood, in the Eminönü district of Istanbul.

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turkey, istanbul, lights, mosque, sultanahmet district, rustem pasa mosque, rustem pasha mosque, iznik tiles, night, evening, shadow, lights inside the mosque by night, feathers on your skin, islamic architecture, islamic art, islamic light, ottoman architecture, ottoman mosque

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  • redtree
    redtreeover 1 year ago

    Such interesting light

  • Thank you

    – Rima Dadenji

  • withsun
    withsunover 1 year ago

    Love the feel .

  • Thanks.

    – Rima Dadenji

  • Isabela M. Lamuño
    Isabela M. Lamuñoabout 1 year ago

    i love how the lightbulbs are placed, almost falling sharply, the way thunder does. and i know your title states the opposite of my reaction. so, it has got me thinking… that touch and sight can contradict, and still be part of the same thing.
    and i’ve been there, in person, and i did not noticed this, until i saw your image. i wish i had been there in the night, where i could presence the silent powerful energy i feel from this.

  • Thank you. I really planted seeds of invisible feathers on my skin in Istanbul and I will hopefully return soon.

    – Rima Dadenji

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